Dracula Essay | Literary Devices in Dracula

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Literary Devices in Dracula

Summary: The persona of Dracula stands for treachery, evil and undiluted negative force, which threatens to envelope the whole persona. But the author also creates good and brave men to combat Dracula, and therein lies the theme of the book.
In every novel there are always two sides of a coin - good and evil, and they are always warring with each other to achieve supremacy. In Dracula, Bram Stoker uses supernatural events and personas to show that good has always fought evil but without one the later could not exist. The persona of Dracula stands for treachery, evil and undiluted negative force, which threatens to overwhelm and envelop the whole persona. But to combat this negative force with almost supernatural powers, the author has created a whole band of good and brave men to combat Dracula, and therein lies the theme of the book.

The theme of "good versus evil" takes on a religious hue with supernatural battles between God and Lucifer. The brave band of men stands for and symbolizes God. They are God's soldiers standing for all what is good and religious. There...

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